Generic Accutane Cost
Active ingredient: Isotretinoin
Product Code: PR10333
What is Generic Accutane 5 mg
Generic Accutane is a potent oral drug which is used in the treatment of extremely severe cases of acne. It can also be used other severe conditions that involve the skin, such as lamellar ichthyosis and harlequin-type ichthyosis. There have also been cases in which it has been used to help treat skin and other types of cancer.
Classification and Mechanism of Action
Generic Accutane is a retinoid drug, which means that it is related to vitamin A. one of the most pronounced effects of this drug is that it lowers the production of oil by the skin which causes the acne to subside.
Looking after your medicine
You have to keep your Generic Accutane out of reach of any children, in a cool, dry and dark place.
How to take Generic Accutane 5 mg
Generic Accutane has to be taken with utmost care and in adherence to the prescribed regimen. You should take your Generic Accutane with a full drink of water. Your doctor might want to test your blood regularly and you have to come in for the tests. If you are a woman, make sure that you do pregnancy tests regularly and that you employ at least two measures of contraception while using Generic Accutane. Do not share your Generic Accutane with anyone.
The dosage will vary from one person to the other depending on the severity of their condition, their age and their weight. On average, the dosage for the treatment of acne varies between 0.5 mg/kg/day to 2 mg/kg/day.
If an overdose on Generic Accutane is suspected, seek emergency medical assistance. Symptoms may include dizziness, headache, stomach pain, vomiting, tingling under the skin, swelling of the lips and loss of coordination and balance.
If you miss a dose of Generic Accutane, skip it and take the next scheduled one.
Warnings and Precautions
Generic Accutane must never be taken by pregnant women as it is highly likely to cause severe birth defects. When using Generic Accutane, extra measures of contraception need to be taken and the female patients should do pregnancy tests regularly if they are sexually active. Do not take vitamin A supplements when taking Generic Accutane. Do not donate blood during your regimen and 30 days after it is finished.
Possible Side Effects
Less serious side effects that may be caused by Generic Accutane include: Itching, rash, changes to toenails and fingernails, peeling skin, dry mouth, nose and skin, dizziness, nervousness, drowsiness, back pain, joint pain. More serious side effects have to be reported straight away and they include: Bone pain, joint stiffness, severe skin rash, severe diarrhea, bloody stools, loss of appetite, dark urine, jaundice, sever pain in the upper stomach, convulsions, hearing problems, ringing in the ears, blurred vision, sudden headaches, sudden numbness and weakness, depression, other changes of the mood that are extreme.
Treating acne vulgaris
Generic Accutane is an extremely potent treatment for severe cases of acne and it is mostly only used when other treatments have failed. It is very effective in getting rid of acne but the user has to be very careful to use the drug properly and to take care.
When should Generic Accutane 5 mg not be used?
Generic Accutane should not be used by pregnant women. It should not be taken by persons allergic to isotretinoin or parabens. Inform your doctor of any other chronic conditions before you are prescribed with Generic Accutane.
How long should you take it
You should take Generic Accutane as long as the doctor prescribed it. Do not stop using the drug before your doctor tells you to and do not continue to sue it once doctor recommends that you stop using it.